The ZIL 130 Truck 1962 is a rugged and reliable Soviet-era light duty utility truck. With a robust, no-nonsense design, it is a sturdy and durable workhorse perfect for a variety of applications. Featuring a 2.6-litre six-cylinder diesel engine, and a four-speed manual gearbox, the ZIL 130 can travel at speeds of up to 41 mph. Its all-metal chassis and body come in a basic white or light blue color, and its distinctive spoked wheels are a hallmark of the Soviet truck era. The bold styling of its cab is complemented by chrome-trimmed hub caps, a toughened front grille, and simple yet dependable details, such as its non-slip side steps. The reliable engine and transmission provide an efficient and reliable power source for the ZIL 130, making it an ideal choice for any job. The truck is also equipped with drum brakes on all four wheels, and a towing hitch where necessary. The ZIL 130 is capable of hauling up to 1.76 tons and is well suited for use in construction, agriculture, and a variety of other light-duty applications. Its simple design and reliable components make it an affordable and dependable truck that is sure to provide years of reliable service.
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